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The original radio version never explained the second head, but did explain that Zaphod "grew" the third arm in the six months between meeting the character of Trillian on Earth, and the start of the series.
In the novel, he said the third arm was "recently In Galaxy microsystems television series, Ford Prefect simply remarks to Zaphod that "the extra arm Galaxy microsystems you. In the Infocom game version of the story, Zaphod blends in on Earth by hiding his second head in a covered bird cage an alternate Trillian also refers to this in Mostly Harmless.
In the novel The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, the ghost of Zaphod's great-grandfather also has two heads. This and other information presented in the narrative prose seem to indicate that having two heads is a common — possibly even universal — trait of Zaphod's species.
For the movie, it's hinted that Zaphod "created" the second head himself when shutting off the parts of his mind that contain portions of his personality that "are not presidential," but he wanted to keep these traits, so he hid his second head under his neck and wears a large collar or scarf to keep it hidden.
As such, the movie is also the only version that explains the second head. In this filmed version, Galaxy microsystems second head appears underneath the first, roughly between his chin and the top of his chest, popping up when the first head is flipped backwards. The third arm is hidden underneath Zaphod's clothing, appears to be controlled by the second head, and only appears a few times, such as for tormenting Arthur Dentpiloting the spaceship Heart of Goldor preparing a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster.
In And Another Thing It is implied that Zaphod may have surgically attached this woman's head to himself, before realising he liked the idea of a second head better than he liked her, and swapping her for a reproduction of his original head.
Zaphod wears unique clothing that contains a mixture of bright and contrasting colours to make him stand out and be the centre of attention wherever he goes. In the television series, he wears the same outfit throughout each of the episodes, but in the movie his clothes, their style and their colour scheme change several times.
He's been described as "the best Bang since the Big One " by Eccentrica Gallumbitsand as "one hoopy frood" by others.
In the seventh episode of the original radio seriesthe narrator describes Beeblebrox as being the "owner of the hippest place in the universe" his own left craniumas voted on in a poll of the readers of the fictional magazine Playbeing. He was briefly the President of the Galaxy a role that involves no power whatsoever, and merely requires the incumbent to attract attention so no one wonders who's really in charge, a role for which Zaphod was perfectly suited.
He is the only man to have survived the Total Perspective Vortexthough it was established in the books and first two radio series that he survived only because he was in an Electronically Synthesised Universe created especially for him, thus making him the most important being in that universe and thus uniquely equipped to survive its version of the Vortex.
His brain-care specialist, Gag Halfrunt, also said, "Vell, Zaphod's just zis guy, you know?
In the books and radio series, he is nevertheless quite charismatic which causes many characters to ignore his other flaws. Douglas Adams claimed that he based Zaphod on an old friend of his from Cambridge called Johnny Simpson, who "had that nervous sort of hyperenergetic way of trying to appear relaxed.
In the movie, however, he is not very bright, and perhaps even more boorish than his previous portrayals. Throughout the book and radio versions of the story, Zaphod is busy carrying out some grand scheme, has no clue as to what it is and is unable to do anything but follow the path that he laid out for himself.
Zaphod's grand schemes have included, over time, a second-hand ballpoint pen business which may or may not have been established with the help of Veet Voojagig. He was forced to section off the part of his brain that stored the plan so that scans of his mind, which would be necessary for him to become president, wouldn't reveal his plan, which included his being President of the Galaxy and subsequently stealing the prototype Infinite Improbability Drive starship.
However, in his altered state of mind he follows the path he left only reluctantly and very much wishes to go off and lie on beaches rather than see the scheme through. The jokes about Zaphod having two heads and more than two arms were written for the original radio version, where the details could be filled in by the listener's imagination.
In the television version Wing-Davey wore a false arm when the arm was required to gesture it was replaced by the arm of Mike Feltdesigner of the animatronic head, standing behind Wing-Daveyand a radio-controlled second head with an eyepatch.
Unfortunately, the second head's mechanics seldom worked properly and so for most of the time it just sat on Zaphod's shoulder looking inanimate[ citation needed ], although in one scene it manages to have a brief conversation with Wing-Davey's real head, before being told to "go back to sleep".
Wing-Davey also suggested to the TV series' costume designer that Zaphod's costume should be made to indicate that the character has two penises.
Special padding was thus arranged, though the first attempt was deemed to be "too long" and was "cut back" for the final version[ citation needed ]. This was referenced in the film version when Arthur Dent says to Trillian "So, two heads is what does it for a girl?
Anything else he's got two of? Zaphod is played by Sam Rockwell in the film version of the story that was released in April In that version, his second head occasionally pops out to express the parts of his personality that are as the main head puts it "less than Presidential.
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